The palm pen holder is a writing splint that slips onto the palm. Users can gently curl their fingers around the handle to hold it securely or hook their thumb around the writing utensil. It has a large hole that can accommodate various writing tools width. This device is useful for those who have limited grip strength or finger dexterity.
The pen slot can accommodate writing and drawing utensils as large as sharpie markers.
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Makers Making Change is an initiative of the Neil Squire Society, a Canadian non-profit that helps people with disabilities.We are committed to creating a network of volunteer makers who support people with disabilities in their communities through 3D printing assistive devices. Check out our library of free, open-source assistive technologies with parts and build instructions.